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grocery store. and the stowaway nabbed again and appearing in court. and it wasn't for just sneaking on to a plane this time. we have a warm up coming your way starting today. we will boost our temperatures up 3 to 5 degrees. we will be in the upper 70s the midsection of the week and then a warm weekend. we'll tell you what's going on and how warm it will be for your valentine's day plans in just moments. and a new crash coming in. our traffic center might be able to find it in this live shot. i'll show you what we find over the next couple. >> all right. christina has that positive vibe going this morning on the weather front. beautiful temperatures on the way. we are fully on board. it's tuesday, february 10th this is "today in the bay." good tuesday morning to you. i'm laura garcia-cannon.
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>> i'm sam brock. the search is on for a car burglar in the south bay. the suspect tried to run over an officer forcing him to open up fire this happened in sunnyvale. bob redell joins us there live. it's not clear if the gunman was hit by the gunfire. the search has gone on for 12 hours. >> reporter: police have not been ability to capture the driver of this white mercedes sedan who tried to run down an officer at this 76 station along the el camino at the intersection with wolf road. two santa clara city police officers, one in a squad car, the other in an unmarked suv. they pulled over the driver around 5:45 last night because they thought his vehicle might have been involved in some nearby auto burglaries. the driver did stop the car. as one of the officers was standing outside his unmarked suv, the driver of the mercedes made a move. >> during the stop of that vehicle, the vehicle then drove
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towards the officer, who was standing the roadway between him and the other vehicle, fearing for his life the officer shot at the suspect vehicle as the vehicle drove past him and fled northbound on wolf road. >> we heard eight gunshots being fired continuously. no gaps in between. >> i just walked outside to walk my dog, it sounded like fireworks going off. they counted ten shots, i think. >> reporter: police don't know if any of those shots hit the driver or any of the other people in the mercedes. the officer in the squad car did give chase, but the driver got away. the officer who fired his weapon is okay, is he on paid administrative leave which is normal in a situation like this. even though this involves santa clara police officers, the sunnyvale police are heading up the investigation since this happened within their jurisdiction. reporting live here in sunnyvale, bob redell. >> thank you very much. new this morning,
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investigators trying to figure out what caused this fire at a safe way store in san rafael. the fire started about 11:30 last night in a trailer at the store's loading dock. if it never made it to the store itself. fire crews were able to put the fire out before it spread inside the building. luckily no one was hurt. an employee tells us the store reopened about ten minutes ago. happening today, planned protests around san francisco's city hall after the death of a transgender woman. supporter also remember 36-year-old taja dejesus, she was found stabbed to death on the steps of her apartment in the bayview district. her death is one of many acts of violence directed to the lgbt community. they want it stopped. in just a few hours, former radioshack employees accused of stealing racy photos from a customer's cell phone will enter a plea in court.
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jose miranda faces several charges including petty theft. back in november, a woman says she took her phone to the radioshack store to get a broken screen fixed. when she got the phone back, she realized 17 of her photos were texted to an unknown number. now to a follow up on a deadly fire in san francisco. donations continue to pour in for the 38 people left homeless by this fire at 22nd and mission streets. those people likely won't see all the money. a gofundme page has raised $160,000, but fee also take thousands away from that total. police need your help catching a man bothering a child. officers in daley city released a sketch of the suspect. six separate times over the past few months a 10-year-old boy reported a man driving by and waving to him. one time the man demanded the
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boy get in his car. he said no and ran home. president obama comes back to the bay area this week. >> he's no stranger to the area. usually here for money, but this time fewer photo-opes and fund-raisers and more action. he will address stanford on friday. it's the first time in 40 years that a sitting u.s. president will make a speech at stanford university. the president will be meeting with faculty, tax ceos and law enforcement. the president's subject matter is timely because today is officially safer internet day. facebook is hosting an event this afternoon for local high school students. california's attorney general, carmela harris, and facebook's coo will speak with students about internet safety. students from seven bay area schools will participate. palo alto is moving forward with its proposal to have quiet
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zones. last night city council went as far as agreeing to study the idea. quiet zones are section of the rail lines where trains do not sound their horn. for the past two years people near alma street have been asking the council to create one near their home. a live look out150id. that's the bay bridge. >> looks clear there. >> you hear fog horns this morning? >> no it's not usually the day after the rain subsides but the following day. so that's tomorrow. asking my counterpart over here, the weather wizard, david parkinson to hit that pencil for me, and he didn't. i'll walk over here. thank you, buddy. a big ridge of high pressure building in as we head throughout the day today. that's the story of the day. this will bring our temperatures way up as we head throughout the next couple of days. it will only get stronger. taking the storm track well north of the bay area.
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temperatures this morning in the 40s. patchy fog out there, rounding out the day in the mid to upper 60s. i promise, we will give you an update when it comes to our drought situation and our local reservoir. we'll have that for you in the next report. let's first check in with mike inouye it gets lonely in the traffic department sometimes, doesn't it? you don't have a weather wizard. >> i don't have a weather wizard. let's go towards northbound 101 at 680, moving more smoothly now. you might think that's good news, it is north of here. but let's look at the map. this may be as a result of a distraction and more slowing towards 680. the crash i could not see with the live camera. it looks to be just before you get to 680. that's maybe i would some folks are held up temporarily. the rest of the silicon valley, you are green and at the speed
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limit. we have a slower drive for the tri valley. typical as we move up to the altamont, over tarrowards dubli. slower drive now through pleasanton, 680. 680 north appears clear, but in walnut creek there may be a crash near main street, that was reported by chp. as we move towards the bay bridge and the approach, hercules, richmond, berkeley a little traditional slowdown. that volume should build, it's a tuesday so we expect more traffic there. no wind advisory this morning, a smooth drive to and from san rafael. the north bay shows that build. we see more traffic flowing southbound. christina has said there may be fog in parts of the north bay, but it's a smooth drive from centerville down to the golden gate bridge. one of the toll booths on the golden gate bridge is shut
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down for seismic work. toll booth number five will be closed for a month. >> 1 through 4 will be going strong. the stowaway who snuck on a flight at sjt is up to her old tricks again. we'll tell you what happened at her early morning court appearance in florida. and the fight over the letter "w." we'll tell you about that coming up. let's look at some other letters. at&t park mainly. i'm ready for baseball season. what about you? that's coming back before you know it. spring is approaching. spring training starting soon. 6:09 right now.
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welcome back. good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. get ready for near record warmth, a prolonged period of heat and temperatures into the 80s for some. we'll have more on that moments away. and a good volume of traffic. a smooth drive across the san mateo bridge, much steadier conditions. winds are not the case like they were yesterday. we will show you where there's some slowing in the east bay coming up. here's a look at the top stories. police in sunnyvale are searching for a car burglar. the suspect got away last night after trying to run over a police officer. that officer opened fire as the car was coming towards him.
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the lgbt community will protest today at san francisco's city hall. they are calling for a change after a transgender woman was stabbed to death. and jordan says it is sending thousands of troops to its border with iraq. at 6:13, new details about the woman known for sneaking on to flights. moments ago she appeared in court. >> almost defies logic. kris sanchez is here. this stowaway struck last year here at sfc, now she's in florida. >> she remains in custody after facing a judge for being busted if a luxury hotel room she didn't pay for in jacksonville. she also got there without paying for it. she faces two charges of fraud, one charge of trespassing and remains in custody with bail set at $50,000. her next court appearance is march 5th.
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marilyn hartman first jumped a flight and landed at l.a.x. and was arrested upon landing. that was back in august. she's also been arrested at sky harbor airport in phoenix and several other times either trying to sneak on to planes or in secure airport areas this time the 63-year-old woman started out in minnesota on sunday where she boarded a plane without a ticket, arrived in jacksonville, then she allegedly used a fake name to get to an omni resort near jacksonville where she stayed in a $300 a night villa until the real guest showed up. she says she feels safer at airports than on the streets where she usually lives. when she was referred to a residential mental health treatment facility where she could stay, she did not. her bail is set at $50,000. though she has told the court previously that she is homeless, this time around she said she's retired and has an income of
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about $800 a month. she is always declining to name family. it's hard to get her in connection with somebody who can talk. >> or help her. >> scary that this continues to happen. >> yeah. tsa is working on this one. spacex will try to launch a satellite into deep space this afternoon. scott mcgrew joins us now. you learned something new? >> i did. we were talking yesterday about how the discover satellite would be placed really far from earth in a spot called the la grange point. far enough to get pictures like this of the earth using a special camera called epic. a viewer points out that camera was made in palo alto at lockheed martin. it was supposed to launch on sunday, but was stopped because of problems with radar and yesterday because of weather.
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they hope to launch today mid afternoon california time. the washington nationals baseball team is suing the online financial adviser wallet hub. the nationals say wallet hub's logo is too similar to theirs. wallet hub said, you got to be kidding. this is the wallet hub logo. they are both ws. the ceo points out lots of people use ws. this is w hotel this is wrangler jeans. and this one is walgreens. he says, yes, this is the one. he says how is it you're picking on us when this is walgreens -- maybe it's the other way around. >> the one on the right is wall greens. at first i thought the one on the left was -- >> i'm in washington, which is fairly often, i see this i assume it's walgreens. i see it all the time. >> so you root for walgreens? >> hthis is a good year to root
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for the nationals. >> no giants all the way. >> we're not rooting for them. sorry. >> giants would never do that. >> thanks. putting foot in mouth now. i give up. happening now, residents of two small towns in the sierra are salvaging what they can after a wildfire. the round fire destroyed 40 homes in mall meadows and paradise. the fire has been contained. >> we just got a good soaking the last several days or so s, leave that up to the people who know the most about it, micro forecast right now with christina loren. >> we were talking about the san luis reservoir, where sam stood
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when we had some really bad conditions. that there is sam, all 6'5" of sam. you can see how bad it was last year when we had very little rainfall. now this year, big-time improvement. big improvement. are you ready? san luis reservoir at about reservoir at 37% a year ago. now we're talking 56%. that's really amazing considering the historical average is 70%. we're making a dent in the doubt situation. you have to think about it this way, we have two types of reservoirs, those fed by rainwater and shows fedny snow pack. really it's the snow pack that makes the difference. we will talk about marin county coming up and we'll dive into the snow pack as well. what a difference a year can make. 45 degrees right now in the south bay. 41 in the tri valley. 50 in san francisco. on our way to comfortable
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conditions, still cool at lunch time. 60 degrees at noon in the city. 60 in the tri valley. 59, looking comfortable for those of you who live and work in the peninsula. palo alto, 66 for today. 67 in the tri valley. 65 just a lovely day coming your way as we head throughout this afternoon. tomorrow we're talking about the forecast at 70. the record for napa is 68 degrees. thursday, friday, valentine's day, peaking at 79 degrees. i'm still tracking a storm system towards the end of next week. we're not done just yet. pretty impressive photo there, huh, mike? >> i didn't get to see it. i was doing radio. i have to go back and check. sam, at 6'5", impressive. i don't know how you fit in on a regular-sized photo. looking over towards the bay bridge. this is an impressive sight.
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we have backup filling the entire ge entire screen. we have slowing down the east shore freeway through berkeley, where there is debris. eastbound you don't see slowing. westbound off 524. coming across the carquinez bridge, slowing for the north bay for vallejo towards 545 westbound, nothing through san rafael or across the golden gate bridge. lane number 5, that toll lane is closed today. working towards the peninsula side, redwood city, mountain view, easy drive. san jose, slowing northbound 680. looking over here towards the east bay, 880 southbound through fremont, let's give you a live look. fremont slows a slower drive.
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the dublin camera, the volume of traffic, streaming lights out of the altamont pass through livermore and dublin. no major delays. traffic flows smoothly, 680 south through pleasanton, slowing there. >> mike, a skrigiant on any scr beaten and underpaid. the punishment a hong kong woman faces for torturing her maid. a live look outside. very nice sunnyvale this early morning hour. we'll be right back with a look at traffic, weather and news. bulldog: mattress discounters presidents day sale
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new video to show you this morning of a rough landing. you can see the nose of this us airways plane skidding on the ground at the airport in houston last night. the front landing gear would not deploy. after talking it over with the control tower, the pilot tried to land without it. passengers say it was extremely tense, but overall just bumpy. >> can't imagine what the pilot was thinking. >> no river to land in there. this morning doctors in hong kong are talking about a spring medical condition.
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>> the condition is extremely rare. only 200 cases have been recorded. the article describes a study of newborn baby girls. doctors thought she had a tumor in her stomach, but test results revealed the growths were twin fetuses. doctors say the embryos were fertilized by the parents but somehow grew inside the baby. crews are searching a taiwan river where an airasia plane crashed last week. 15 of the 58 people on board that plane survived. a special prayer ceremony was held today in honor for those who died. a hong kong woman is going to prison convicted of torturing her maid. a judge found her guilty of 18 charges that include criminal intimidation and failure to pay wages or give time off. the employer punched the maid in the face, jammed a metal vacuum tube in her mouth and forced her to stand naked in the bathroom while she splashed water on her. the man who was on track to become france's next president will testify today.
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d dominique strauss-kahn is accused of running an international froprostitution r. in 2011, a maid accused him of rape in new york city but those charges were dropped after the maid's story was not credible. last week's wall street gains are slowly wilting away. we will check in with scott mcgrew in a few minutes. and the snow just keeps on coming. new england doesn't know where to put it as another storm barrels into them. we'll take it if you're looking for spacing options. in fremont, folks making their way to work. a closer look at traffic and weather after this.
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capitol hill takes on the measles. the questions they're asking top health officials. good tuesday morning to you. i'm christina loren. warming trend beginning today. upper 70s, a couple 80s on the way. record breaking warmth expected for your valentine's day weekend. coincidence, mike? i think not. >> folks getting together in the east bay. unfortunately it's a new crash in walnut creek. and this crash over my shoulder, why it's different from the shot
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yesterday. >> and no doubt we will see some flower company open up on the nyse this week. for now it's a bunch of bankers. let's look at the nasdaq as well as business gets underway here shortly. >> ta live look at downtown san jose. today is tuesday, february 10th. you are watching "today in the bay." very good tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. this morning a panel of lawmakers will ask the nation's top health experts why measles is spreading so quickly and what we can do to stop it. tracie potts live in washington, d.c., one of the latest cities with new cases of the disease. good morning. >> reporter: we've been hit with one congress firfirmed case, co
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the 88 in california. the vast majority of the 121 they're tracking across the country. it's hit the east coast, the midwest, it started in disneyland, moving east now. the cdc will be asked today how do you stop it? they've been pushing vaccines, which, according to a new pew research poll, 83% of americans think they're safe. but enough people are concerned that this virus seems to be spreading. the cdc will be here today, other experts, and including a pediatrician whose letter went viral. his own kids were exposeded a disney and could not take the vaccine. he will talk to lawmakers today. >> a pernsonal story, no doubt. >> you may feel sympathy for our counterparts across the country. new england is digging out of two feet of snow.
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the storm finally winding down. boost season trying to figure out where it will dump the snow that's been piling up. all scores are closed for the day. boston's mayor is asking businesses to allow employees to just stay home. a 15-car pile up happens during a mix of rain and snow flurries on the new jersey turnpike. this happened near exit 8a in cranberry township. it's a heavily traveled area between new york and philadelphia. 15 cars involved. one person died. dozens were injured. the crash led to a car fire and blocked the southbound lanes for most of last night. time to check our own micro climate forecast. taking a peek outside overlooking san jose. quite the turnaround from the rain that bore down over the weekend. now we will see the warm up. >> yes. it looks clear outside as well. >> yeah. some parts of the bay area, specifically speaking about the north bay, seeing patchy fog.
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overall nice and clear. we have enough atmospheric mixing, enough wind to keep that dense fog from settling in. as that storm exits the area, high pressure is moving in. these clouds, they want to get into the bay area. but not able to do so because we have this big ridge of high pressure in place that will boost the storm track well north of the bay area where it will stay as we head through the next few days and the weekend. temperatures will be very warm. 80s in spots. 48 in san carlos. 50 in san francisco. good morning to you, san jose. starting out the day at 45. 48 down in san martin. as that storm system continues to push out, high pressure moves in. it compresses everything in our atmosphere. i do believe tomorrow morning we will see some dense fog all across the board, high builds, near record temperatures starting tomorrow. today i will bring your numbers up by a few degrees. 3 to 5 degrees, will you likely
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notice that difference. fog to start in the inland valleys. at lunch time, 59 degrees on the peninsula, and 61 on the east shore for lunch time. rounding out the day, 3:00, mid to upper 60s. we will look at the marin county reservoir, it might blow your mind. they had to let water out kred because they received so much rainfall. we will talk about lake folsom as well. first, let's check your drive. here is mike inouye. >> we will take folks to the golden gate bridge, over the water. beautiful view as the sun comes up. nice, smooth steady stream of traffic. toll lane five is closed for the remainder of the day. seismic work going on there. have to make sure they do that. you cannot use lane five in the middle of the plaza. as we look at the map, smooth drive across the golden gate bridge, north bay side, marin county. we have slowing through the no
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va novato narrows. no wind advisory this morning for san rafael. a smooth drive off the carquinez bridge, herculez, richmond as well. walnut creek, southbound 680, a crash or two maybe reported. southbound 680 approaching main street. the first crash reported there. another one in the area, sounds like similar details. we will put two incidents on the map, the 680/24 walnut interchange is clearer now. hayward, pleasanton, traffic flowing southbound into the south bay, typical pattern here. we have the silicon valley, typical pattern. the bay bridge from emeryville, steady camera. fog not an issue.
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the markets and the dow are trying to climb back to 1800, been open for a few minutes now. >> i couldn't wait. i had to peek. numbers are up this morning. >> good morning. they are. they are tracking oil. oil we are watching get higher. oil is up about 20% off the all-time lows. dow industrials gaining about 82%. yelp is picking up a company called eat 24, a delivery services. yelp is up 24% after getting drubbed yesterday. >> i didn't mean to steal your thunder. >> quite all right. 6:36 right now. still ahead a close call at l.a.x. just how close? a drone almost ran into a plane trying to land. and traffic is picking up but moving smoothly. we'll keep checking in on the
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commute with mike. 6:36.
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a jury is now set in the trial of a man accused of
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killing a former navy s.e.a.l. eddie ray ralph is charged with killing chris kyle and his friend at a shooting range in 2013. opening statements will begin tomorrow. a suburban chicago mother of four is one of six bosnian immigrants i indicted last week. they reportedly sent money to military in syria. charges were brought against a teacher is accused of molestation. on the recording last year, the teacher says she regrets her action every day. another former student from riverside county also came forward later to claim abuse. a scare in the air in the skies of southern california. a close call between a plane and
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a drone. >> one of those radio controlled helicopter things went right over us at 4,000. >> over the top of you at 4,000? >> yep. >> over 4,000 feet. that's the pilot of the southwest jet as he tried to land two days ago at l.a.x. the private drone would have been flying ten times higher than what is legal. >> that is definitely up there. coming up, an officer in the south bay opening up fire, fearing for his life. now the hunt is on this morning for the suspect. and the sjc stowaway nabbed again and appearing in court. it wasn't just for sneaking on to a plane this time. and a live look at the golden gate bridge. we're back with 15 minutes of nonstop news, traffic and weather after this break.
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at 6:43. developing right now, the search is on for a car burglar in the south bay. a suspect tried to run over an officer forcing him to open fire. it all went down near the intersection of el camino real and wolf road. >> that's where bob redell is now live. it's not clear if the suspect was hit by that gunfire. >> there were several shots fired, you are correct. police are still looking for a driver of this white mercedes sedan who tried to run over an officer during a traffic stop here yesterday evening. two officers, both of the santa clara city police department. one in an unmarked suv, the other in a squad car. they pulled over the driver around 5:45 last night in front of a 76 station here along the
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el camino because that mercedes matched a vehicle involved in nearby auto burglary. as the one officer stood outside the unmarked suv, the driver of the mercedes drove straight at him prompting the officer to fire several rounds into the oncoming vehicle. >> all we know is he feared enough for his life that he would be pinned between the two vehicles, he decided to take the course he did and shoot at the vehicle. >> reporter: the other officer in the squad car chased the mercedes, but the driver of the mercedes got away. still on the loose. police don't know if that driver or any passengers in the car were hit by the officer's bullets. the officer who did the shooting is on paid administrative leave. which is normal in a situation like this. even though this involved two santa clara police officers, sunnyvale police are heading up the investigation since it happened within their own city limits. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> thank you very much, bob. new this morning, investigators are trying to figure out what caused this fire
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at a safeway store in san rafael. crews say the fire started about 11:30 last night at a trailer in the store's loading dock. fire crews were able to put it out. luckily no one was hurt. time to get a look at your micro climate forecast. this as we give you a look outside. a look that is maybe less clear than it was before. that's from san bruno mountain. >> that's right. christina has the microclimate forecast. >> i want to started with how we're doing when it comes to the drought situation. the sierra nerve vvada holds th for us getting out of the drought. the highest peaks saw over two feet over the weekend, but we need more snow pack to dig out of this drought. we got 6% of average just from
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that single storm system. when it comes to the reservoirs filled by rainwater, looking good. you may be familiar with the folsom lake reservoir. this is actually just off of 80 making your way up to tahoe. we have a good story to tell here. nearly four times of the amount of water in folsom lake than this time last year. today 91% of average. it was 62% in october. doing okay. a lot of that is from the two storm systems, one in december and the other over the weekend. let's talk about locally the mar mar marin municipal water district doing okay. they had to release some water because they received so much rain. 4.8 from the last storm system. that's feed two lakes. this is amazing. at 117.8% of average.
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98.2% of capacity. if we get another big storm system, they're going to have to continue to release that water. now, let's talk about what's happening locally today. you can see the low clouds from high atop mt. hamilton taking out the valley floor. seeing a murky sky over san jose. today we're in the 40s to start. 60s at lunch time, rounding out the day in the mid 60s. record warmth on the way wednesday and thursday. close to 80 degrees by friday. i'm forecasting 80s out in the tri valley on valentine's day with a cooler day on sunday and the next chance of rain late week. we'll keep you updated on the status of all of that. let's check the driver. here is mike. >> great job powering through that altoid, they're curiously strong. looking at northbound 101 in san jose. no surprises. as we look at map, showing you the slow section north at 680, also 87, 285, just before 7:00
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we see that burst. over on the peninsula, an earlier crash, northbound 101 at poplar, hit and crush reported. sounds like nothing but paperwork on the shoulder. foster city side of the san mateo bridge, good volume coming across west 92. easy drive. not the winds like yesterday. calmer situation. on the east bay side, the hayward side, we talk about the slower drive, typical drive. tri valley, livermore, sunol, typical. we have a slow drive through walnut creek. maybe one or two crashes. that keeps the walnut creek ber change moving much more smoothly. no surprise, metering lights are on. a call for action after a transgender woman was murdered in san francisco.
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stephanie chuang is live in san francisco where a die-in, they're calling it, will take place a few hours from now. >> reporter: good morning. if you're around city hall this afternoon, it will be a dramatic visual of this die-in. a call to the attention that the fear transgender live with day-to-day, especially now with the death of 36-year-old taja dejesus. she was found murdered, stabbed to death on the steps of her apartment in the city's bayview district. that was sunday, february 1st. her suspected killer was found hanged nearby. the death has torn apart taja's mother who is refocusing her pain into spreading her daughter's story. >> everybody's life matters. tran's life mattered as well. if this can save one person. >> people spent hours at san francisco's lgbt center last night to prepare for the demonstration. the center says taja is the fourth known transgender woman of color to be
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murdered in california in the last four months and the fifth in the u.s. since the new year so again the demonstration set to be here at city hall at 1:30 this afternoon. and they're seeking public comment at the supervisor's meeting at 3:00. stephanie chuang, "today in the bay." >> thank you very much. it is 6:51. in a few hours, a former radioshack employee accused of stealing racy photos from a customer cell phone will enter a plea in court. jose miranda faces several charges including petty theft. back in november, a woman says she took her phone to the radioshack store to get a broken screen fixed. when she got the phone back, she realized 17 of her photos were texted to an unknown number. this is not deja vu.
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t the woman known for sneaking on flights has done it again. >> she struck at sjt, and now she's in florida. >> she not only took a flight but stayed at a luxury hotel as well. she faced a judge in the last hour. she was busted at that luxury hotel in a room she didn't pay for near jacksonville. she faces two charges of fraud, one charge of trespassing and remains in custody with bail set at $50,000. her next court appearance is march 5th. they're keeping her in custody until then. she first hit the radar after she jumped a flight without a ticket from mineta san jose and landed at l.a.x. where she was arrested upon landing. she has also been arrested at sky harbor airport in phoenix and nearly a half dozen other times hart trying to sneak on to a plane. according to a sheriff's department in the florida county, this time the 63-year-old started out in
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minnesota on sunday where she boarded a plane, once again without a ticket, arriving in jacksonville. she allegedly used a fake name to get into an omni resort, where she stayed in a $300 a night villa until the real guest showed up. we reached out to the san mateo county attorney's office where she was charged before. sounds like florida treats her more seriously than other states. when she was in our county jail she seemed to enjoy interminglely with other inmates and correctional officers. just another place to sleep at night. airports, jails, she's quite the character. hartman says she feels safer in airports than on streets where she usually lives, but she had a chance to stay in a residential mental health treatment facility, but she checked out more than once. >> they can't find any of her family, right? >> she refuses to give up
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information about any possible family. they have not been able to track anyone down. >> it is sad. smiling a lot. tsa probably not finding it amusing. >> thank you very much. a follow-up on a deadly fire in san francisco. donations are pouring in for the 38 people left homeless by the fire at 22nd and mission streets. those folks likely will not see all of the money. a gofundme page raised more than $160,000 to help them, but website fees will take thousands of dollars from the total away. the man behind the fund-raiser is hoping gofundme will donate the fees. police on the peninsula need your help finding a man bothering a child. this is a sketch of suspect that they say six different times over the past couple of months, a 10-year-old boy reported him driving by and waving at him. one time the man demanded the boy get in his car. he said no and ran home. palo alto is moving forward with its proposal to have quiet
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zones. last night city council went as far as agreeing to study the idea. quiet zones are sections of the rail lines where trains do not sound their horn. for the past two years people near alma street have been asking the council to create one of those zones near their homes. president obama coming back to the bay area this week. >> this time fewer photo-opes and fund-raisers, more action. hill address the summit on cybersecurity and consumer protection at stanford on friday. it's the first time in 40 years that a sitting u.s. president will make a speech at the university. president obama will meet with faculty, tax ceos and law enforcement. >> today is safer internet day. facebook is hosting an event on its campus this afternoon for local high school students to talk to them about it. california's attorney general, carmela harris, and facebook's coo will speak with students about internet safety. students from seven bay area schools will participate. governments continue to ask
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silicon valley companies for mf information about their users. >> not just the u.s. government either. >> the u.s. government has asked twitter for more information over the last few months. twitter releasing its transparency report. the most requests have not come from the u.s. government but from the government of turkey. specifically takedown requests. twitter says it did not grant any of them. today the president of turkey sent out his first tweet today, something to do with smoking. ironic because he has been trying to get rid of twitter for some time. this is the first time he's
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tweeted himself. >> pro health cause, too there you go. getting in on the action. final check of the day's top stories. police in in sunnyvale looking for a car burglar. the suspect got away last night after trying to run over an officer. that officer opened fire but it's not clear if the suspect was hit. a protest taking place at san francisco's city hall in just a few hours. members of the lgbt community are calling for an end of the violence against transgender men and women. jordan is sending thousands of ground troops to its border with iraq. the country is ramping up its campaign against isis militants. we have ramping up the start of our work week here. at least we're moving along. we're now on tuesday. a lot of good news to report. warmer temperatures, you're saying we'll be challenging records? >> we will be starting tomorrow. monday is in the past, that's a good thing. record highs expected for this
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week, and valentine's day, saturday, don't forget about it. 79 in the south bay. 75 in san francisco. and hallmark won't let you forget about it. >> no excuses. >> if mama's not happy, nobody's happy. >> looking out to the live shot. palo alto, traffic is moving nicely. picking up in the volume. at the top of the map, south bay, northbound routes at the bottom. typical pattern here. west 237 also showing the commute off of 880. the bulk of the traffic for the east bay and tri valley, southbound 880 out of hayward, no surprises here. walnut creek, traveling through here, pleasant hill, concord, southbound 680 and 240, extra slow because of a crash that cleared to the shoulder. the walnut creek interchange,
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680 and 24 clearer because folks are held up further north. the approach to the bay bridge, no surprises. slow off of 580 through the maze. on the left side, typical slowing novato through san rafael. >> lane number five on the bridge is closed. >> we have bay area sports icons hitting the greens at pebble beach. >> will be the giants versus the 49ers. who do you like? >> giants. >> i'll go with the niners then. >> the niners have been retired for a while. they could be out there more often. >> the event kicks off the festivities for the upcoming at&t pebble beach pro am. the giants team made up of buster posey, matt cain.
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>> all the trophies will be on display. >> if you're heading down, keep your eye on the ball. that's what's happening "today in the bay." we're back at 7:25. >> if it were only that easy. see you in 25. good morning. turnpike tragedy. those dangerous icy conditions trigger a deadly pileup in new jersey while farther north in massachusetts they're buried. the state declaring another emergency with yet anoth on the way. breang overnight, a u.s. air ways plane wants to make an emergency landing without its nose gear. the 56 people on board safe as the faa launches an investigation. simple solution? with wrong-way crashes on the rise, there's a new way proving to prevent them, so why aren't more states doing it and too smart. the neweel

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